On May 5, 2022, at 8:55 AM, Lubos Kocman <lubos.kocman@suse.com> wrote:

## openSUSE Tumbleweed

openSUSE:Factory build fail stats: 108 failed, 10 unresolvable (last
week: 123/11)
 https://tinyurl.com/ysy4nnnz

* GNOME 42.1 shipped in snapshot 0501 (snapshot 0429 and 0430 were
blocked due to dracut)
* KDE Plasma 5.24.5 staged - ready for either 0504 or 0505
* Meson 0.62 is staged - another round of 'syntax validation getting
stricter' (not too many issues seen though)
* GCC12 as default compiler still staged, results are looking very good
(Staging QA all passed, waiting for the final go)
lkocman: I hope that Alp will adopt to the new default(s) as well.
Mentioned the llvm situation in Leap 15.X

GPG Key to sign packages/repos is planned to be updated to be a
4096/RSA key (implementation schedule pending)
Tracker bug :  https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1199184

OBS seems to have some hard time finding workers for ceph and kernel
builds: very frequently, staging projects are blocked by waiting for
the 4 same packages still being scheduled (ceph, kernel-default,
kernel-vanilla, kernel-debug) (constraints limit to 18 (ceph) resp 24
(kernels) workers)

Hello,

In the previous two release engineering meeting summaries it was noted that WSL/Tumbleweed had stopped working in openQA, but there is no mention of it today. I was curious if anyone ever found out why, and if there are any plans to resolve this? I use WSL/Tumbleweed on a few machines, honestly for nothing really critical, but it would be nice to me if it was running though openQA. I am an enduser that enjoys keeping up with this mailing list, so I hope I am not out of place with my query.


Thank you